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Georges MélièsLe Merveilleux Eventail Vivant (1904)

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The king of France receives a marvelous fan. The fan opens to reveal plain lace. This lace becomes pictures of women which then come to life an move in unison as their clothing changes.

Director: Georges Méliès
Stars: Georges Méliès

Release date
USA 7 May 1904

Also Known As (AKA)
Le merveilleux éventail vivant France (original title)
A csodálatos élő legyező Hungary
Fantastyczny wachlarz Poland
The Marvellous Living Fan International (English title)
The Wonderful Living Fan USA

This movie is part of the collection: The Georges Méliès Collection

Director: Georges Méliès
Producer: Georges Méliès
Production Company: Star Film Company
Sponsor: Gen X
Audio/Visual: silent, black and white
Keywords: Gen X; Georges Méliès; Short Film; Silent Film; Fantasy;

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0

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Film length (metres)
88.39 m

Film negative format (mm/video inches)
35 mm

Cinematographic process

Printed film format
35 mm

Aspect ratio
1.33 : 1